Hydraulic BumpShock; Front; Nitrogen charged secondary shock; Cushions heavy suspension impacts; Position and rate adjustable; Attaches directly to OE front spring retainer; Welding required; Pair
Jeep vehicles are particularly susceptible to bottoming out due to the number of variables that affect wheel rate. For instance, the suspension on a Jeep may be able to traverse a bump in the road at 20mph with no problem at all. But the same vehicle driven at a speed of 40mph is more likely to bottom out due to the additional rate of compression. Similarly, increasing the vehicles sprung weight by adding a heavy bumper, winch or cargo will significantly reduce the amount of force required to bottom out the suspension.